Tarot Readings for You for August 23, 2013 Friday(c)

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Guidance     We are about the strong woman, not only as wife and mother but as the businesswoman who ‘runs a tight ship.’  You just don’t do that in her domain; she does not allow it.  She is pictured both as the working mother superwoman and as the free spirit who isn’t about to do the housework.  Being practical all the time shuts out the subconscious.  She isn’t one to mindlessly do the same thing over and over.


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 Queen of Wands

Eight of Pentacles – Four of Cups – Fool




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Tarot Readings: Woman in Management at Work (Eight of Pentacles and Queen of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Wife and Mother on the Job (Eight of Pentacles and Queen of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Woman is a Free Spirit (Fool and Queen of Wands)

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings


Tarot Readings: Mama’s House (Queen of Wands)

Don’t even think you can do that in her house.


Mama don’t allow you doin’ that in the house.


There is no time off from my work as a wife.


She is not ever absent from her house.


You can’t forget all the things wife/mama did/does.


(You) can’t keep being away from home/the house/the wife.


Mama won’t let you keep doing that – just forget about it.



Tarot Readings: Woman in Management at Work (Eight of Pentacles and Queen of Wands)

She is no lightweight; she is in charge of her department at work.


There is no way she is going to forget she has a job because she is a wife/mother.


She isn’t a woman to mindlessly do the same thing over and over.


A manager is not allowed to not be present at this workplace.


This managerial job is an offer you just don’t refuse.



Tarot Readings: Wife and Mother on the Job (Eight of Pentacles and Queen of Wands)

There’s no way she is going to forget she is a wife/mother because of this job.


A married woman doesn’t much care about being turned down for the job.


She works at home and has no time off.



Tarot Readings: Woman is a Free Spirit (Fool and Queen of Wands)

She is unemployed; she is free.


It did not work out, so she forgets about being his woman.


She isn’t about to do housework.


She refuses to incessantly be doing things; she is a free spirit.


She isn’t home; she is out doing what she usually does.


When she is off work, she doesn’t stay home.


Forget the chores; don’t be a stay-at-home.


She keeps forgetting she isn’t a married woman, that she is free.



Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

Suppress your good sense on this job and just be on autopilot.


A person/woman who has common sense just won’t do this more than once.


Being pragmatic all the time suppresses one’s subconscious.


Is in mama’s house and assumes he/she doesn’t have to work.


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 Queen of Wands

Eight of Pentacles – Four of Cups – Fool




Both Fool and Four of Cups share a ‘disregard’ or ‘ignore’ meaning.  But Four of Cups is more to refuse to pay any mind,  and Fool is to just naturally not pay any attention.


Fool also has many additional meanings – to be free, subconscious, to be young, optimism, to not be present, to not look where you’re going, a trip by foot, and many others we are not using today.


The other two cards do share a work meaning. They are Eight of Pentacles, work or repetitive routines as in ‘keep doing,’ and Queen of Wands as the woman who runs her house and/or her workplace efficiently. She is the manager. These two together also describe a competent woman who works at home.


Queen of Wands is the main card that means ‘wife,’ and she is also The Mama – a mother who watches and disciplines, who is a presence.


Our theme is a strong woman who handles ordinary life competently – no dreamer or glamor-puss.






Eight of Pentacles is the work, workplace, worker, employment, etc. It also means doing something repetitively, over and over, as in a routine. A carpenter is pictured in the Rider Waite deck who is making identical objects one after the other.


Four of Cups means to refuse, to turn down an offer, to not do something.  So it ends up being a negative modifier at times, as in Four of Cups with Eight of Pentacles meaning unemployed rather than ‘refusing to work.’  The Rider Waite Tarot illustrates this idea by a seated fellow, eyes averted, arms crossed, head turned, as one cup after another is offered him.



Fool is oblivious. It is about being ‘out there.’ On planet earth, he is about to prance over a cliff with his pet, and is on a foot journey without provisions. I suspect this Tarot card is the source of the phrase ‘fool’s journey.’ The mood of this card is very lighthearted, suggesting his journey is ‘out there.’



Queen of Wands is the polar opposite of Fool: She is the down-to-earth, practical, no-nonsense woman who runs her house or her business efficiently. You see her with a big stick in one hand and a flower in the other, that ‘mama’ look on her face.


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  1. Mary

    10/8. Q. Tarot, what would you like me to do today?
    A. The Fool & 8 of Pentacles.

    Work and play?

    • Don’t do any work. Just your routine (Fool means ‘just.’) Fool means do nothing, not be present, subconscious, reflexive. Zone out and keep zoning out. Play hookey from your usual routine.

  2. Wow . . she’s in a managerial job at work and she isn’t about to do housework .. that would be me . .

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